Circadence’s Josh Davis shares what will transform cyber security for the better.
Which technologies are working to strengthen cybersecurity as we know it? This is an important question that will partially define the relative stability or chaos of our digital future. Circadence’s Josh Davis shares his perspectives.
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Teri Robinson interviews Circadence’s Keenan Skelly on the future of cyber security for women.
Circadence has an in-game advisor in their gamified cyber range simulator that relies on AI technology.
These industry insiders share their perspective on how cyber experts are combating these threats, and where the industry as a whole is headed:
Circadence, a Boulder-based firm creates learning platforms for cybersecurity, [namely] Project Ares, which “gamifies” the cybersecurity learning experience.
AI alongside proper training and education, can manage even the worse of security breaches into a positive outcome for airports and their users.
The platform gives “huge benefits” to instructors with instructional hints, scoring and reporting on student activity.
The Internet has changed the way we communicate and has helped create a global economy. But with great change comes great opportunity – one that malicious hackers have not been slow to exploit.